See alsoEdit


  • Health Promotion Board's "FAQs on Sexuality"[1]. (Archived pre-edited version:,[2],[3]).
  • Michelle Kwara, "Petitions put spotlight on Health Promotion Board’s FAQ on sexuality", Yahoo! News Singapore, 5 February 2014[4],[5].
  • Siau Ming En, "Health Promotion Board’s FAQ on sexuality draws positive response online", TODAY, 5 February 2014[6],[7].
  • Victoria Barker, "FAQs on sexuality evoke strong reaction", MyPaper, 5 February 2014[8],[9].
  • Comments made below the Ministry of Health's Facebook status update, February 2014[10].
  • Andrew Loh, "“FAQ on Sexuality” by HPB turns controversial", The Online Citizen, 5 February 2014[11],[12].
  • "Aaron", Petition to "Review HPB's "FAQ on Sexuality"", 3 February 2014[13],[14].
  • Melissa Tsang, Petition to "Restore the HPB's original "FAQ on Sexuality"", 4 February 2014, [15],[16].
  • Letters to thank HPB's CEO, Zee Yoong Kang, for their FAQs on sexuality, 5 February 2014[17].
  • Hoe Pei Shan, "Health board tackles gay issues in FAQs", The Straits Times, 5 February 2014[18],[19].
  • Andrew Potts, "Singapore’s Health Promotion Board declares being gay is normal", Gay Star News, 5 February 2014[20],[21].
  • Jolene Tan, "Inclusive society must promote health of all", MyPaper, 6 February 2014[22],[23].
  • Lawrence Khong, "HPB's sexuality FAQs undermine family", MyPaper, 6 February 2014[24],[25]. Retort by Akesh Abhilash on Facebook, 6 February 2014[26],[27].
  • Victoria Barker, "Sexuality FAQs spark rival petitions", MyPaper, 6 February 2014[28],[29].
  • Ho Chi Sam, "HPB’s FAQ a step forward in sexual health governance", 6 February 2014[30],[31].
  • Chun Han Wong, "Is Some Talk Too Gay For Singapore?", The Wall Street Journal, 6 February 2014[32],[33].
  • Daryl Yang, "Gay person applauds MOH & HPB for defending “the foundation of family” in S’pore", The Online Citizen, 7 February 2014[34],[35].
  • "Bitchfitter", "HALLELUJAH, IT’S RAINING BULLSHIT, YEAH HEH.", SGBITCHFIT blog, 7 February 2014[36],[37].
  • Calvin Cheng, "Four myths in homosexuality debate", 10 February 2014[38],[39].
  • Siau Ming En, "‘Disappointed’ MP criticises HPB for its FAQ on sexuality", TODAY, 7 February 2014[40],[41].
  • Seth Wee Junyi, Chinese translation of HPB sexuality FAQs, Facebook, 8 February 2014[42],[43].
  • Alvin Tan Thong Lip, "FAQ a useful resource for understanding homosexuals better", TODAY voices, 11 February 2014[44],[45].


This article was written by Roy Tan.